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specialty journal of architecture and construction
Volume 3, 2017, Issue 2
Identifying the Patterns of Components of the Corresponded Physique- Meaning Structure in Yazd Historical Context
Forouzan Rahmani, Hossein Noormohamadzad
Pages: 1-13

Abstract

Structure is formed by components. Components are division units, connectors, joints and boundaries which are formed by transformators, around regulators and in adherence to principles. Such a structure has meaning. Meaning is a subjective which is perceived by the reader through a word, sentence, paragraph or text. The meaning structure is a network of semantic units which are formed by transformators, around regulators and in adherence to principles. Likewise, the physique structure of city is a total, consisting of Physique which are formed by transformators, around regulators, and in adherence to the principles. In this study, Yazdi historical context is the case study. The physique structure of Yazd historical context has been designed in compliance with rich patterns. This study is about to answer the question: What are the patterns of components of the corresponded structure of physique-Meaning in Yazd historical context? And how these patterns can be identified? The study of this context has been done through the samples in three levels. In this study, after describing the characters of the structure components and calculating the correlation between them, similarities and differences of the characters are categorized based on one or some characteristics and one specification and represented as patterns. This study has been performed by survey, descriptive and correlative methods. The conclusion of studies categorized the meaningful patterns which are formed in the physique structure of the context in accordance with behaviors, value criteria, and society and in general based on facilities, needs and demands of people. These patterns could be used in redesigning of the context.





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